Smitty wrote:File 622 being Okiya Introduction Case.
File 898 being the end of the Scarlet Showdown Case.
As a main example:
Vermouth wanted Sherry dead during the Mystery Train Arc by blowing up the Train. Gin wanted Sherry dead and was going to blow up the Train Station upon the train arrival. Why would a spy allow Sherry to return to or get captured by the organisation? If not that, killed. He was the one who found the video of Sherry and told Vermouth and the BO.
Bourbon should have known Sherry was going to be dead for betraying the org the second he leaked that information. Given this information, if _SPY_Bourbon's police friends came to rescue Sherry after he realised Vermouth was determined to kill Sherry, how would he explain this to the BO?
I love your discussion points. I mostly agree, at least in terms of the planning of the arc. In the recent Let's Talk, Gosho revealed that he changed Bourbon's allegiance midway during Amuro's intro. This means that his actions as Scar Akai was initially intended to be that of an enemy of the good guys (at least). What do you make of it?Smitty wrote:If Scar Akai was more of a Mystery and his allegiance wasn't basically compromised because of, and involving the characters Gin, Okiya, Jodie and Conan, it probably would of been interesting. The idea of Scar Akai solving cases in the background and hyping up Conan was a nice treat.
If you consider what actually happens during the Bourbon Arc, there isn't a whole lot relative to the status quo.
- Gin realizes Akai's death is being investigated
- Conan realizes Haibara has bulk antitode
- Sherry is confirmed as Dead as for as BO goes now (I don't know why Gosho wrote himself into a corner with this point)
- Bourbon and Akai have a showdown
- FBI knows Akai is alive (and reverses the end of the Kir Arc)
- Bourbon works underneath Kogoro's office, but Conan later finds out he's Police
- As far as BO goes, Akai is still dead
Other stuff happens too, but thats relative to other character arcs and not so much Bourbon's.
Smitty wrote:I am interested in that interview if you have a link? I mos likely read it if it was posted here, but at the time I probably didn't think much of it.
Q: "Please tell us about Amuro's debut."
A: "Truth to be told, Amuro wasn't from the Public Safety (PS) when he made his debut. He was actually a very bad guy. But when I was drawing the conclusion part of his debut episode (see Note 2) I thought that he was a cool guy, that I wanted him to be one of the good guys. So I suddenly changed that mid-way and turned him a PS guy. Since I was thinking of making a PS character appear. I wanted to make the case be something Amuro had set up to lure Kogorou out into the open but I gave up on that, too. "
Smitty wrote:Yuzuki Fukui is an interesting case character who got a Keyhole so she likely has importance later on.
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